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Terms and Conditions
4 nights minimum stay
*Other packages available upon request
1 US$ Dollar = $12.95 Mexican Pesos
The property has 3 restaurants. Terraza for breakfast and lunch, Mar y Cielo for dinner under the stars and Luz de Luna for dinner during the rainy season. Chef Juan Antonio pampers the guests with Mexican specialties featuring local seafood and typical ingredients. This destination, surrounded by lovely beaches, charms visitors who are open to trying new flavors. Restaurants in Mexico are world renowned, and there is ample opportunity to sample new flavors in the plethora of restaurants here that prepare dishes with intense ingredients that are based, of course, on seafood. Local residents of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo recommend skipjack fillets and ceviche (white sea bass cocktail) with onion and criollo pepper strips, seasoned with a pinch of salt and a few drops of lime. Scattered throughout both towns are open air food markets and restaurants that offer a variety of exquisite recipes made from shrimp or red snapper; pair them with one of the Mexican white or red wines that always add a special touch to regional cuisine. The aporreadillo is a typical local dish made from cured beef, eggs, and Mexican salsa. Usually served with cheese and refried beans, it is best accompanied with a highball of aged tequila.
“La Casa Que Canta” sits just above “La Ropa” beach, 5 minutes away from the peaceful fishing village of Zihuatanejo and 20 minutes by car from the Ixtapa - Zihuatanejo Airport.
Spanish is the national language in Mexico but english is spoken by most of the staff and the locals in areas frequented by travelers.
A stroll along the Pacific beaches is breathtaking for anyone deciding to visit these two neighboring towns, so close but so different. Ixtapa is a sophisticated tourist center, while Zihuatanejo is a small, quaint fishing port. Together, they are a must-see destination for discerning travelers in search of a unique beach experience.
After enjoying activities during the day, the magic in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo continues at nightfall. If you’re looking for peace and quiet, try one of hundreds of enchanting restaurants that entice lovers with their exquisite cuisine and fine wines. In Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, as in many clubs in Mexico along the Mexican Pacific, the fun doesn’t stop at sunset. Exclusive clubs are still going at dawn and herald the start of another intense day of fun. This is a world-class tourist destination, and visitors will find entertainment around the clock. Chooose from large dance clubs, cozy cafés, comfortable bars, and lounges with ocean views that create the perfect atmosphere, allowing people of all ages and nationalities to spend time with that special someone or simply to have a blast. Most of Ixtapa Zihuatanejo nightclubs are located along the boulevard and feature music and ambiance for all types of tastes. Bandido's, Senor Frogs, Christine, Varuna, Le Rouge, Revolucion 1910 or Zorro's Sport Bar are all good alternatives to get a taste of a Mexican Fiesta.
For all trips: • Binoculars • Camera or video camera with case for protection against humidity and rain • Plenty of film • Sun block lotion • Sunglasses with a strap • Swimming trunks • Broad-brimmed hat or cap • Insect repellent • Personal toiletries and medications • Photocopy of your passport • Reading material If you are heading for the jungle do not leave without: • Lightweight, light colored, long cotton pants • Long sleeved, light colored cotton shirts • Absorbent socks • Ankle-high hiking boots • Sneakers • Sandals • A powerful flashlight with batteries • A water bottle or canteen • Rain suit or poncho
A stroll along the Pacific beaches is breathtaking for anyone deciding to visit these two neighboring towns, so close but so different. Ixtapa is a sophisticated tourist center, while Zihuatanejo is a small, quaint fishing port. Together, they are a must-see destination for discerning travelers in search of a unique beach experience. This combined destination offers excitement of all kinds from diving in the blue depths of the Pacific, to walking or biking along mountain trails, to swimming with dolphins, or even zip-lining through treetops cooled by ocean breezes. Culture buffs should visit the Costa Grande Museum, a pre-Hispanic historic symbol, or wander through charming art galleries and handicraft markets that sell silver products from Taxco, a legendary mining town located in the state of Guerrero. Seaside, visitors can observe a wide variety of flora, fauna, and animals, including dolphins, crocodiles, multicolored fish, and several species of birds such as the unusual “fishing eagle,” frequently spotted in and around the port. Golf facilities and sport fishing are renowned in the area, and yearly tournaments and competitions gather some of the world’s best participants. Like any beach destination, entertainment and nightlife is an essential ingredient, and Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo meets all expectations with a variety of options. Regional and local celebrations and festivals abound, such as Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in November or Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo’s Carnival, a bash held in March that shouldn’t be missed.
Mexico has 3 time zones. Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is located in the Central Time (CST) zone which it's minus 6 hours from GMT
As of March 1, 2010, all U.S. citizens – including children -- must present a valid passport, book or card, for travel beyond the “border zone” into the interior of Mexico. Entry by any means, for example by plane or car, is included in this requirement. The “border zone” is generally defined as an area between 20 to 30 kilometers of the border with the U.S., depending on the location. Stays of less than 72 hours within the border zone do not require a visa or tourist card. U.S. citizens traveling as tourists beyond the border zone or entering Mexico by air must pay a fee to obtain a tourist card, also known as an FM-T, available from Mexican border crossing points, Mexican tourism offices, airports within the border zone and most airlines serving Mexico.
We enjoy a semi-tropical climate year around with an average of 300 sunny days a year and temperatures ranging from 23 to 33 degrees Celsius (73-93 Fahrenheit.).Our rainy season goes from late June through September or sometimes to middle October with precipitation usually in the evenings or nights, which still gives you many sunny hours per day to spend on the beach and outdoors. At this time of the year the countryside and the mountains turn brilliantly green with multicolored blossoms of trees and flowers. A few months after the rainy season vegetation turns gradually brown until the rainy season begins again.
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